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91Myers, WilliamWesleyan Christian Academy (NC)CR/R6'03"1901990-12-10HS
Comments: Myers is a very intriguing high school athlete with tools aplenty. His swing needs some work, but he's got the bat speed and strength to hit and hit for power in the future. He's played all over the field and has shown the versatility to handle it. He may deliver the most value from behind the plate, where his above-average arm and agility would play well. He hasn't played that much behind the dish, making it a little difficult to assess his skills there. The team that thinks he can handle the tools of ignorance might be the one to take him early.
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92Marks, JustinU LouisvilleLHPL/L6'03"1951988-01-12JR
93Erlin, RobertScotts Valley HS (CA)LHPL/L6'00"1990-10-08HS
Comments: Erlin was getting more and more buzz in Northern California as the spring wore on. He's not the biggest guy in the world, but with an oustanding delivery, good makeup and above-average command to go along with a fastball that touches 90 and a curve that can be a plus pitch, he's an intriguing high school lefty. He'll need to improve his changeup at the next level and his size will probably give some teams pause, but an orgnization willing to look past that might take this signable southpaw fairly early.
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94Gardner, JosephUC Santa BarbaraRHPR/R6'04"2201988-03-18JR
Comments: After the first tier of college right-handers, there are a number of interesting arms for teams to consider. Gardner, in his first season as a transfer to Santa Barbara, has put himself into that category. He's big and projectable with the chance to throw three at least average pitches. He runs into trouble when he loses his arm slot, his stuff flattens out and he loses command. Even with that flaw, however, the big righty should hear his name called in the first few rounds.
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95Broxton, KeonSanta Fe CC3BR/R6'03"1871990-05-07J1
96Wallach, BrettOrange Coast ColRHPR/R6'02"1851988-12-02J2
97Cooper, Da'ShonEdison HS (CA)CFS/R5'09"1701991-10-16HS
98Kelly, JosephUC RiversideRHPR/R6'01"1701988-06-09JR
Comments: Anytime a college closer can throw 99 mph consistently, with movement, there's going to be interest. Throw in the fact that Kelly has a nasty slider and a pretty good changeup and there'd be reason for scouts to be excited. But Kelly has been far too hittable for a guy with that kind of stuff. He doesn't have great command, and a long arm arc allows hitters to track the ball too well. Right now, he's more of a thrower than a pitcher. That said, it's hard to imagine his power arm staying on the board very long in June.
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99Barrett, JakeDesert Ridge HS (AZ)RHPR/R6'04"2301991-07-22HS
Comments: Perhaps the top high school player in Arizona this year, Barrett is a big, strong right-hander who's only 17 but can touch 94 mph with the fastball. Add in a power curve and a splitter and he's got an interesting, if unusual, three-pitch mix. His command has improved over the course of the season. His mechanics might need some work as there's a little effort with his delivery, but young power arms who can actually locate a fastball aren't all that common, so Barrett could find himself a pretty good commodity in June.
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100Nash, TelvinGriffin HS (GA)LFR/R6'01"2301991-02-20HS
101Tootle, BenjaminJacksonville St URHPR/R6'01"1801988-01-09JR
Comments: After a terrific Cape Cod League campaign, many felt Tootle would lead the charge among the smaller-school pitching crop. A virus forced him out of action for a month and down on many Draft boards. After shaking off the rust, he began to show a little bit more of the form scouts saw on the Cape. A starter throughout college, who can maintain velocity deep into games when he's healthy, many think Tootle's future role will be as a short reliever. He's slipped out of the first-round picture, it seems, but his power stuff should have him off the board not too much later than that.
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102Morgado, BryanU TennesseeLHPL/L6'03"2051988-12-08JR
Comments: Morgado fell out of favor at Tennessee and was relegated to a bullpen role. But he's got raw stuff that could work as a starter if it's refined, with an excellent fastball and hard curve. Command is his biggest issue as he struggles to repeat his delivery consistently. He might need some work, but a southpaw with that kind of stuff won't be ignored come Draft day.
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103Shields, RobertFlorida Southern ColSSR/R6'01"1951987-12-07JR
104Marisnick, JacobRiverside Poly HS (CA)CFR/R6'04"2001991-03-30HS
105Prince, JoshuaTulane USSR/R6'00"1988-01-26JR
106Hudson, KyrellEvergreen HS (WA)CFR/R6'01"1990-12-06HS
Comments: Hudson is an extremely gifted athlete who, if he doesn't become a pro baseball player in June, will head to Oregon State to play football and baseball. He's got plus, plus speed and has shown glimpses of raw power. The concern is that he hasn't shown the ability to make consistent enough contact to reach that power and will have to learn how to hit at the next level. Someone will draft him based on his athleticism and speed, but they'll also know they have a project on their hands.
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107Renfroe, DavidSouth Panola HS (MS)SSR/R6'03"2001990-11-16HS
Comments: Renfroe is an exciting all-around high school talent who can do a little of everything on the baseball field. A talented pitcher who throws 93 mph and the QB for one of the top high school football programs in the country, he's very athletic but has baseball smarts to go along with it. He should hit for average and power in the future, so even if he has to move off shortstop, he's got the bat to make sense at third. His dad played pro ball for nine years, so the bloodlines are there to boot, making him a very intriguing player who should go off the board pretty early.
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108Glaesmann, ToddMidway HS (TX)CFR/R6'04"2201990-10-24HS
Comments: Glaesmann is an extremely athletic high school outfielder who is a two-sport standout. A football injury (ankle) slowed him early, but he was back to full strength by April. He certainly looks the part and uses his athleticism to his advantage on the field, particularly with his better than average speed. His setup and approach at the plate needs some serious tinkering, but the team that thinks they can fix that might take a shot.
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109Kirk, AustinOwasso HS (OK)LHPL/L6'01"1990-05-22HS
110Spence, JoshuaArizona St ULHPL/L6'02"1751988-01-22JR
111Meyer, JonathanSimi Valley HS (CA)3BS/R6'01"1951990-11-01HS
Comments: Meyer is a versatile high schooler who plays shortstop and catches while also closing for his team. In the future, he's likely a third baseman or a catcher, which is just fine with him. With a great makeup and work ethic, he's learned how to switch-hit in his senior season to increase his versatility. With a plus arm and good hands, to go along with some good raw power, a team might be interested in seeing what he can do behind the plate. And everyone knows how well catchers can be drafted. Even if he's an infielder, his combination of skills and attitude should be attractive to many teams.
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112Morris, AnthonyKansas St URHPR/R6'02"1851986-12-01SR
113Jones, JamesLong Island ULFL/L6'04"1931988-09-24JR
114Sampson, KeyviusOcala Forest (FL)RHPR/R6'00"1851991-01-06HS
115Dodson, ZackryMedina Valley HS (TX)LHPL/L6'02"1990-07-23HS
116Henry, RandySouth Mountain CCRHPR/R6'03"1981990-05-10J1
117Stoffel, JasonU ArizonaRHPR/R6'02"2201988-09-15JR
Comments: Stoffel entered his junior season as perhaps the top college closer in the class, a guy who closed ahead of 2008 first-rounders Ryan Perry and Daniel Schlereth at Arizona in years past. But his stock took a hit for much of the spring season as he was more hittable than in the past. He simply hasn't been as sharp, particularly command-wise, and there was concern about his conditioning playing a part in that. His power arsenal out of the 'pen will certainly get drafted, but it seemed unlikely to be as highly as was once thought.
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118Jones, MycalMiami Dade CC SouthSSR/R5'10"1651987-05-30J3
119Fleury, MarkUNC Chapel HillCL/R6'01"2001988-05-04JR
120Gomez, EdwinPuerto Rico BB Academy HSSSS/R6'03"1751991-08-26HS
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